Gosaikunda Trek 3 Days is the most popular one because of the scenic lake and mountain views. Located at 4,300 meters, Gosaikunda does not offer itself easy to trekkers. You have to pass through a high pass and walk for a few days to reach and return from Gosaikunda. These Gosaikunda treks are among the most spectacular sights near Kathmandu and provide an insight into Nepal’s traditional culture, diverse landscape, nature, rare wildlife, magnificent mountains, and mountain peoples’ lifestyle.
On your Gosaikunda Trek Route tour, you will have the opportunity to trek in Nepal’s mountainous region and discover amazing places and learn a lot about Nepal. Ready to travel to Gosaikunda, you will pass through many rhododendron forests, rivers, streams, and villages. Gosaikunda Trek 3 Days is the best option for trekkers with limited time to explore the world’s scenic beauty and famous trekking destinations.
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1. Having a Popular short and simple trek
2. Wonderful traditional culture, generous hospitality, and Local Lifestyle
3. Discover the beauty of the worship lakes, including Gosaikunda, Bhairav Kunda, Saraswati Kunda, and others.
4. Rhododendron, oak, pine, and birch forests will be your mates as you walk through them.
5. Langtang National Park has a wide variety of rare flora and fauna.
6. Reach the holy place lake for Hindus and Buddhists, (Gosaikunda Lake).
7. Home to various wildlife such as the Red Panda, Snow Leopard, and others.
8. Traditional teahouses provide lodging.
Gosaikunda Trek Route is located between the Langtang Valley and Helambu trekking routes; if you have more days, you can easily connect to this beautiful route. The trail leads through lush forests, Gompas, monasteries, and mountain villages to the high altitude of the holiest Gosaikunda Lake, where you will be greeted with warm hospitality and unique culture. You will see the Langtang Lirung (7246m), Gangchhenpo (6388m), Dokpu peak (5930m), Naya Kangri (5846m), Yala Peak (5500m), Ganesh Himal, Mt. Manaslu (8153m), and many other stunning mountain peaks while on the trek.
After a nice route from Kathmandu, take the Gosainkunda trek route from Dhunche. The trek from Dhunch takes you through lush green forests of rhododendron, oak, pine, and birch in the Himalayan villages of Sing Gompa and Chandanwari. Finally, you arrive at the popular holy Gosaikunda lake, where you can see the Sakyamuni temple, Lauribinayak (3900m), and a panoramic view of the Himalayan ranges, Saraswati Kunda, Bhairav Kunda, and Gosaikunda.
After spending some time at Gosaikunda Lake, the trek returns to Sing Gompa and Dhunch before driving back to Kathmandu. This Gosaikunda Trek Route is short and easy, and you can join with your family because this trek is suitable for trekkers of all ages.
Gosaikunda Trek 3 Days is best done in October, Nepal’s crowded month for trekking. In Nepal, there are two main times for trekking. The first is autumn, and the second is spring. Trekkers can have a great time on their trek during the autumn months of October and November because the weather and temperatures are ideal for trekking throughout Nepal.
The days are typically clear, and you can see the mountains all day long. Additionally, there won’t be as many clouds. The second-best time to go trekking in Nepal is in the spring (March, April, and May).
Since it is also flower blooming season, hikers can see the entire forest of the National park covered in flowers like rhododendron and magnolia. There is very little chance of precipitation or snowfall, and the days are excellent.
The Gosaikunda Trek 3 Days is located within the Langtang National Park, which means that permits are required for trekking in the Gosainkunda. Because of the National Park, the Nepal Army is completely concerned about the National Park and accepts responsibility for travelers who miss or attack wildlife while hiking to Gosainkunda.
Hikers should receive National Park permits at the Army checkpoint in the Dhunche, Ghoda Tabela, or Trisuli Hydropower drainage systems. For the permits, you only need your passport. The remaining permits are TIMS permits issued by the TAAN.
Trekking can be made easy for the enjoyment of walking along a trail and taking in its scenic and natural beauty. Trekking can reach new levels of excitement with the exploration of Buddhist culture and scenic views of the Mani walls. Within 150 kilometers, the elevation varies from 60 to 8848 meters, and the vegetation ranges from subtropical to arctic.
Gosaikunda Trek Route is popular with trekkers from all over the world due to its geographical, mythological, and historical characteristics. Nearest to the valley and with easy access to transportation is the moderately difficult Gosaikunda trek. However, other outside variables may change the difficulty level. The elevation of this trek is roughly 4360 meters.
It might be challenging for hikers to cross the Gosaikunda Lake, though they might not run into problems until they get to Cholangapti, where there is little vegetation and poor air quality. The Gosaikunda lake itself is without a doubt the most difficult part of the trek to the lake. You must climb a steep mountain that closely cuddles another mountain on this trek. Your journey will be most challenging and demanding at this point.
During the trip, you must walk for 5-6 hours per day, which can be exhausting for beginners. So get ready for the journey and enjoy the beautiful scenery and folklore.
The Gosaikunda Trek Route passes through two major high points: Tserko Ri (4984m.|16347ft.) and Gosaikunda Lake (4380m-14366ft). You spend several days above 2,500 meters, which increases your risk of altitude sickness. You can only reduce your chances of altitude sickness by including acclimatization days in your Gosaikunda trek itinerary.
We make sure that the team does not climb more than 500 meters per day and carry first aid in case of an emergency. During the trek, we follow two rules: first, we keep ourselves hydrated, and second, we hike high and sleep low.
You can depend on the trekking team because they are well-trained in first aid and dealing with altitude sickness. Altitude sickness (acute mountain sickness) symptoms include a severe headache, insomnia, difficulty breathing, nausea, and loss of appetite.
Symptoms may include a cold, headache, dizziness, tiredness, loss of appetite, and a slight increase in heart rate, which can lead to death. These conditions are manageable if certain considerations are made;
1. First and probably most important, if you notice symptoms, you should walk slowly.
2. Trekkers must carry garlic, ginger, and other medical supplies.
3. It is essential to drink water and keep the body hydrated.
4. Avoid all types of alcohol and smoking.
5. Eating a lot of calories and energy gives you food.
6. While sleeping, make sure to adjust quickly and return to a lower level.
7. While sleeping, make sure to adjust quickly and return to a lower level.
8. If this heals you, that’s great, but if your illness progresses, you should seek medical attention.
So these are some of the most important precautions to take to avoid altitude sickness. Be patient and don’t panic. You can always seek medical attention if necessary.
Because it is a holy site, many people visit it during the Janai Purnima festival, which occurs during Nepal’s rainy season. Trekking during the monsoon season may be difficult for some people, even though it is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful times of year in Nepal.
You may come across leeches while hiking, which can suck your blood and have potentially fatal consequences if you don’t recognize them right away. They launch attacks from water sources and even trees. So we might wonder what we can do to avoid them. Most of them use their fingers to remove the leech from your feet, but you should know how to avoid them.
1. Soak your shoes, socks, pants, and clothes in raw tobacco-soaked water.
2. For less bleeding, apply salt instead of pulling the leech.
3. Tuck your clothes inside your pants to keep them from falling out.
4. Continue walking and rest only in places that are sunny and dry.
Gosaikunda is a sacred site in Nepal for both Hindu and Buddhist pilgrims. This lake contains many facts and beliefs that you may be unaware of it. With a maximum depth of 4380 meters, the sacred lake is oligotrophic and nearly unspoiled. In Hindu mythology, this body of water is known as ‘Samundra Manthan,’ or ocean churning. When Lord Shiva digested the poison, he is said to have pierced a glacier with his “Trishul,” creating the lake and making it the home of Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati.
Bathing in the river, Ganga, or any other sacred lake and worshiping the goddess, according to mythology, will aid in the purification of sins. Because of the annihilation of ten sins, this day is known as Dushera. Ten wrongs are divided into three categories: physical, mental, and verbal, and are destroyed by virtual deeds performed on the same day.
For Buddhists, this lake is equally significant. According to local Tamang people, most Buddhists visit the lake to pray for the departed souls of their loved ones in the afterlife for their betterment and well-being. On the night before Janai Purnima, a procession of Jhankris makes its way toward the lake, singing songs and chanting religious songs along the way.
During the Gosaikunda Trek Route, we stay in a guesthouse. The lodging options in the mountains are limited. The rooms are small and usually have two beds for double occupancy. You can get single rooms as well, but they will be expensive. Depending on the guesthouse, the toilets can be shared or private.
In Kathmandu, we reserve three-star hotels for our visitors. You can select a double or shared room based on your preferences. The rooms are reasonably sized and equipped with all modern conveniences.
Meals on the path are prepared according to the guesthouse menu. We encourage you to eat dal bhat at least once a week. It’s the most nutritious and tasty meal you’ll find on the trail. Furthermore, because all of the ingredients are fresh, you are less likely to experience indigestion. Other good heavy meal options include roti and tarkari, soup, dhedo, thukpa, and so on.
For the Gosaikunda Trek 3 Days, we’ll need travel insurance. It’s a requirement for booking confirmation. Travel insurance should include emergency air evacuation coverage. Trekking in the Himalayas is both dangerous and rewarding.
There is a chance of altitude sickness and other mistakes during the trek that will necessitate immediate medical attention. Our package price does not include travel insurance, so trekkers must pay for it separately.
Even if you are an experienced or inexperienced trekker, you must understand the fundamentals to improve your trekking experience. Starting with the things to pack, let me take you to a brief but essential guide. So, without any more hesitation, let us dive into the trekking gear checklist.
Have a good trekking bag that can hold all of your essentials for your trek. If you intend to carry all of your gear, bring a large, comfortable backpack. Examine all of the adjustable shoulder and waist straps. The duffel bag will be waterproof and can hold up to 80L. However, the structured daypack, which holds around 30 L, may be more comfortable. This contains everything you’ll need for the day.
The first step in any trip is to pack the essentials. Pack light because excess weight can hamper your trekking adventure.
Clothing should consist of light jackets, long pants, and closed-toe shoes. Consider gloves, thermal coats, trekking pants with shorts, and innerwear as well. These are the most important clothing necessities.
You should consider investing in good trekking shoes. Examine the safety and comfort of your shoes. Shoes with high cut-off ankle support are highly recommended for long-distance hiking. Carry high-quality socks to keep your feet dry and comfortable.
These items could be useful. However, I strongly advise you to pack lightly and efficiently. However, if you can make room for these items, it will add some extra memories to your trekking trip. The following items are designated as luxury items for your trekking trip.
1. Bluetooth headphones
2. Night vision goggles
4. Diary pen
6. Playing Card
You’ll also want to leave some room for the necessary trip accessories. Make a list and pack everything from sunscreen to sunglasses.
A towel, sunscreen, lip balm, moisturizer, toothbrush, toothpaste, and toilet paper are all required. Hand sanitizer and face masks are practically required these days.
Carry your sanitary napkins back to a location where you can properly dispose of your waste. Carry a zip-locked bag to contain all of your waste.
Pack your first aid kit for your safety. The box must be light and only contain essentials.
Crocin, Digene, knee cap, and muscle relaxant anti-allergic medication are required. If you have digestive issues, you should keep ORS on hand.
Don’t be concerned about food because there will be plenty of options. Taste authentic food such as Dal-Bhat (which is a mixture of white rice along with watery mild spiced lentils, potato curry accompanied with pickles ). This will be a pleasant memory for you.
These are the supplies you’ll need for your journey. You may add some based on your comfort and safety. Before packing your belongings, conduct thorough research. Other details, such as permits and lodging, will be handled by our team, so please contact us if you want to make your trip more enjoyable and convenient.
These are the materials required for your journey. You may add some to your comfort and safety. Before packing, conduct thorough research. Other details, such as permits and lodging, will be handled by our team, so please contact us if you want to make your trip more enjoyable and easy.
The Gosaikunda Trek Route is of moderate difficulty. You can easily prepare for this trek even if you are a beginner. But first, make sure your fitness level matches the trek’s requirements. You might be wondering where to start with your fitness routine.
Allow us to make your journey a little easier. Learn about your body type first, and then begin your fitness journey by increasing your cardiovascular endurance.
Your trek will require a great deal of endurance and strength. You can track your progress slowly and effectively. Begin with brisk walking and jogging. Then, using a combination of distance and speeding treks, increase the speed and ratio.
The first goal was to run 5 kilometers in about 40 minutes. Gradually increase your pace by increasing your running rate and keeping the 5km mark within 27 minutes. However, if you are over 45 years old, you should consult a physician before embarking on a trekking adventure.
If you enjoy cycling or swimming, you could implement them into your fitness routine. These are some of the most important cardio exercises for increasing your endurance.
Gosaikunda Trek 3 Days is a quick and simple trek in Nepal’s Langtang region. The trek offers adventure seekers and trekkers the chance to explore a place that is periods old. The trek is a memorable experience because of the glacial lakes, snow-capped mountains, rhododendron forests, beautiful waterfalls, and most importantly, the Gosaikunda legends themselves.
Through the Gosaikunda Trek Route, you’ll also get to learn about Nepali culture. Additionally, Dhunche or Chisapani are the two access points for this trekking route that is the closest to Kathmandu. Please feel free to contact us with any additional questions or concerns. It is our pleasure to lead you on your trek and make it enjoyable.